Unhappy in Your Current Job? Here are Some Tips to Make That Job Work for You

If you have a sinking feeling when Monday comes around, you’re not alone. More than half of the American workforce say they are unhappy in their current job. This is one of the contributing factors in the Great Resignation, a six month period where more than 24 million people quit jobs. But is the grass… Read More »

Why Reactivating Your Tech Talent Pool is Your Recruiting Secret Weapon

How many resumes come into your company each day? Each week? Annually? These applicants comprise a pool of potential technical talent that you should continually mine for your organization. When was the last time you sifted through their resumes and spoke with some of these candidates? Is it possible there are hidden technology gems in… Read More »

How to Get Noticed More as a Remote Worker

Out of sight, out of mind. That’s exactly what you don’t want to have happen if you are a remote worker these days. If you’re on-site, it’s sometimes easier to get noticed in a positive way that advances your career. But if your couch is your office cubicle, it can be harder to get notices… Read More »

Why is Partnering with a Staffing Vendor for Your IT Projects and Hiring Demands Valuable?

Digital transformation is ongoing despite slowing down a little during COVID. The c-suite is just as interested in creating seamless IT innovations to improve their business as they always have been. But now, we’re facing unprecedented labor shortages proving just as challenging as the IT projects themselves. What if there was one answer to the… Read More »

Performance Management and Why it is Crucial for Your Business

Still, doing annual evaluations? Increasingly, these metrics are considered outdated in most types of businesses. Perhaps this is why Gartner says 87% of hiring managers are considering revamping their performance management processes. Maybe they’ve been listening to the more than 90% of employees who say that traditional performance management tools don’t work anymore. Why is… Read More »

Where is Big Data Headed?

In the digitally-connected world we live in, organizations have been collecting increasing amounts of data for the past decade or more. Now, those organizations are thinking strategically about how to use the information they’ve gathered to fuel data-driven decisions that propel them forward. Big data is hot for obvious reasons, but what can we expect… Read More »

Received a Job Offer? Here’s Some Tips on How to Negotiate Your Salary

The data tells us that 79% of employees that ask for a raise get one. But what about if you are a newly (almost) hired worker? A question that almost all job seekers ask these days is: Should I negotiate the salary offering on a new job offer? CNBC says you should—even if it’s your… Read More »

What Does the Future of Work Look Like for Network Engineers?

Many people are wondering right now if automation is going to take over their jobs. IT isn’t immune to this line of thinking, even while developers apply machine learning algorithms that make software more intelligent and efficient. Some worry that the role of the network engineer will disappear over time. This blog will look at… Read More »

How to Make Sure Your Virtual Meeting Runs Smoothly

Far from being a one-time phenomenon, Zoom or other types of virtual meetings appear to be here to stay. Since the pandemic, we’ve learned to adapt to screen-to-screen communications. However, some virtual meetings are better than others. We’re sure you’ve experienced awkward virtual meetings where people talk over each other. Or the meetings that start… Read More »

Tech Trends Your Company Should Be Aware of This Year

When it comes to technology, the only constant is change. The big story over the past year was, of course, the global pandemic. From a technology perspective, the tools that enabled our remote workers became the year’s biggest story. Here’s a look at what experts have to say about the future state of tech now… Read More »